Best Lute Songs of the Great Renaissance Lutenist/Composers for Voice and Guitar: featuring the music of John Dowland, Thomas Campion, Philip Rosseter (Paperback)
Twelve beautiful songs by Renaissance lutenist/composers, arranged for voice and guitar (in standard notation and tablature). Includes: As I Walked Forth (Robert Johnson); Come Again, Sweet Love (John Dowland); Come Live with Me and Be My Love (William Corkine); Come, My Celia (Alfonso Ferrabosco); Every Bush New Springing (Michael Cavendish); Go to Bed, Sweet Muse (Robert Jones); Never Weather-Beaten Sail (Thomas Campion); Rest, Sweet Nymphs (Francis Pilkington); Since First I Saw Your Face (Thomas Ford); Time, Cruel Time (John Danyel); What Is a Day? (Philip Rosseter); What Is Beauty but a Breath (Thomas Greaves). Note: These arrangements have been transposed down from the original keys, and, as such, they are most suitable for soloists with an alto or bass (8vb) range. For sopranos and tenors (8vb); guitarist uses capo to raise pitch a few steps to singer's desired key.